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Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers in Wyoming

There are many substances of abuse available in Wyoming. Like the rest of the United States, to this end, it is not exactly surprising that many people here take drugs and drink alcohol and end up struggling with addiction.

Addiction in Wyoming

Research studies have shown, however, that alcohol, opioids, and meth are the most common substances of abuse available in Wyoming. In 2010, for instance, it was reported that these drugs - among others - were responsible for 6,072 admissions into an addiction treatment program in the state. Of this number, 67.5 percent were male while the remaining 31.8 percent were female.

Other common drugs available in Wyoming include:

  • Prescription opioid medications
  • Other opioids like heroin and fentanyl
  • Methamphetamines
  • Marijuana
  • Heroin
  • Crack cocaine
  • Cocaine
  • Amphetamines
  • Alcohol

However, the state also reported that it had reduced its total number of meth lab seizures from 26 seizures in 2003 to 5 by 2007. Some two year later, Wyoming did not witness any meth lab seizures.

From 2006 to 2008, however, 75 percent of all arrests in the state were linked to the abuse of alcohol. Additionally, Wyoming lost 68 lives in 2007 to a drug related overdose. This was at a rate of about 13 fatalities for every segment of the population of 100,000 people. During the same period, 40 percent of fatalities arising from road accidents reported here were due to alcohol.

Addiction Treatment in Wyoming

Today, there are several addiction awareness and prevention programs in Wyoming. These programs are tailored to reduce the rates of substance abuse and addiction in the state. They include:

  • The Substance Abuse Prevention Program
  • The Alcohol Wellness Alternatives, Research, and Education Program (AWARE)
  • Increased availability of Naloxone

The state also has many addiction treatment programs that can help you overcome your substance use disorder and manage any co-occurring mental health disorder that you may have. They would ideally provide you with the following recovery services:

  • Trauma-related counseling
  • Short term drug rehab
  • Relapse prevention
  • Outpatient individual counseling
  • Motivational interviewing
  • Long term drug rehab
  • Inpatient treatment
  • Family therapy
  • Detox
  • Couples therapy
  • Contingency management
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Aftercare programming

Ideally, these programs would be formatted in such a way that you first receive medically supervised detox services. These services can manage your withdrawal symptoms and substance cravings while your body starts overcoming your physical dependence.

After that, you would be provided with inpatient or outpatient addiction rehabilitation services, such as therapy and counseling and aftercare management. These services would be designed to help you overcome your psychological, emotional, and behavioral dependence on drugs.

For any other drug related question, emergency, or problem that you may have in Wyoming, you can call any of the following hotlines:

  • Poison Control: (307) 777-6463
  • Drug Addiction Hotline: 307-332-2231
  • Delphi Health Group: (888)-448-1432
  • Alcohol Addiction Hotline: 307-332-2231
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